• D-Lyte – South Coast Business (2017)

    Soundcloud has got hours of fun hidden away from the majority of us. But in all fairness: if you think it’s necessary to listen to everything on Soundcloud, you will be on it 24/7, and you wouldn’t be able to have a life outside of Soundcloud. Thankfully we all just go on Soundcloud and listen

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  • Svenson & Gielen – The Beauty Of Silence (2002)

    Two weeks ago I was back in my home country, the Netherlands, and what I always do during my stay in this beautiful country, is visit my local CD store in Heerlen, Satisfaction Records. Been coming there for many years (bought my first rave ticket there back in 1998, for Mysteryland Outdoor), I’ve become known

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  • Miss K8 – Reverze Promo Mix – 2017

    After finishing a review for another mix, I wanted to close Soundcloud, but something grabbed my attention! A new mix, so fresh it had no plays (yes, I was play number 1). A new mix for only those die-hard Hardcore fans, mixed by Miss K8. Now that’s something we don’t want to miss, is it?

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  • DJ Casketkrusher – New Years Mix 2016: Ultimate Gabber Mix

    As you all know, I am a HUGE fan of the early Hardcore/Gabber/Happy Hardcore stuff. My music collection is quite impressive when it comes to that kind of music, and I adore everyone who makes mixes, keeping the music alive and kicking. And recently I’ve discovered a DJ called Casketkrusher, who keeps the music alive

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  • Shimotsukei – Watchtower Vol. 3 Mix (2015)

    Last week I discovered a new mix (which is actually an ‘old’ one) by Shimotsukei, and after listening to it, it blew me away. Sadly I went on a holiday, and had no time to review it, but I saved it as a favourite on Internet Explorer, and only today I went back onto my

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  • Mark Archer Interview (2017)

      If the picture above doesn’t cause mayhem, or doesn’t make you loose your mind completely, you are not a full-on raver. The legendary Altern 8 dominated the 90s with their perspective on the newly formed Rave scene, and one half of Altern 8 (the one I’m about to interview) is the mighty Mark Archer,

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